Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading: 7/9/20

It’s (almost) Monday as I write this and I have new tea and new books. It’s all good. Lonely in Longreach by Eva Scott arrived thanks to Harlequin. In this rural town, two teenagers are playing matchmaker before they move to the city for university. Levi’s dad is a farmer with no time for love.... Continue Reading →

Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading: 31/8/20

Happy Monday! The weather is attempting to get warmer and the flowers are starting to blossom. Which means a lot of sneezing… Unfortunately I didn’t get to any bookshops last week, but the postie has been very, very kind with deliveries this week. Flying the Nest by Rachael Johns (available 29th October) arrived thanks to... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: The Girl in the Painting by Tea Cooper

In brief: Elizabeth Quinn and her brother Michael are pillars of the town of Maitland. When Elizabeth becomes unwell at an exhibition, their ward Jane knows something isn't right. What was it that caused Elizabeth to fall back into the past? The good: Lovely historical story with added mystery. The not-so-good: Some of the characters... Continue Reading →

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